In Vitro Simulation of Microgravity Induced Muscle Loss Successfully Increases Expression of Key In Vivo Atrophy Markers

@inproceedings{Harding2019InVS,
  title={In Vitro Simulation of Microgravity Induced Muscle Loss Successfully Increases Expression of Key In Vivo Atrophy Markers},
  author={C. Harding},
  year={2019}
}
In Vitro Simulation of Microgravity Induced Muscle Loss Successfully Increases Expression of Key In Vivo Atrophy Markers by Charles P. Harding, Master of Science Utah State University, 2018 Major Professor: Dr. Elizabeth Vargis Department: Biological Engineering Muscular atrophy, defined as the loss of muscle tissue, is a serious issue for immobilized patients on Earth and in human spaceflight, where microgravity prevents normal muscle loading. In vitro modeling is an important step in… Expand

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